Aletha joined Canal Winchester Human Services in August, 2012 and currently holds the position of Director. Her responsibilities include oversight of the daily operations and staff. Aletha is a graduate of Canal Winchester and brings a financial background from her work in the world of banking. Aside from her dedication to the Organization, she is a successful volleyball coach for Eastside Volleyball Club. Aletha and her husband, Matt, live just outside Lithopolis in rural Fairfield County.
Jennifer has lived in Canal Winchester for two decades and is married to a Reynoldsburg police officer. She served in the USAF for four years before graduating from Ohio State in 2000. She stayed home for many years before getting back into the workforce as a teacher five years ago. As of May 2019, Jennifer decided to reconnect to her community and take a position at Canal Winchester Human Services. She is excited to provide support writing grants and other media that sustain and promote the services of the Organization as a whole.
Kylie lives in Lancaster and graduated from Shawnee State University with a degree in Exercise Science. She has a brother, Josh, whom she adores. He attends Logan Elm schools, with the hopes of going to college to play baseball. Kylie is very active in her community, and she loves dancing, crafting, and hiking.
Marion graduated from OSU and served in the US Army in Frankfurt, Germany. He and his wife, Gayle, live near Lithopolis and have three children and two grandchildren. Marion retired from Riverside Methodist Hospital after 36 years. He volunteers for Honor Flight Columbus and the Canal Winchester Food Pantry. He has been a puppy raiser for Pilot Dogs Inc. for ten years. Marion joined the Organization as a Senior Transport Driver in 2010.
Don has been a resident in Canal Winchester since 1991. He has been married to his wife, Penny, for thirty years. His son, Jordan, is a graduate of Canal Winchester High School. Don retired from Coca Cola after 43 years, and he enjoys golfing and motorcycling in his leisure time.
Larry and his wife of 34 years, Malissa, have had roots in Canal Winchester for three decades. They are members of St. John XXIII Catholic Church, and Malissa is a librarian at the historic Wagnall’s Memorial. Larry retired from a civil engineering profession after 37 years, and their son Eric is employed by Kroger. Larry currently serves as a faithful member of the Knights of Columbus and also invests his time driving for Meals on Wheels.
Walt served in the United States Army and Marine Corp for a total of 14 years. He worked for the Defense Supply Center Columbus for eight years before making a career change into truck driving. After fifteen years, Walt retired. He has four children and eight grandchildren. He enjoys being outside, working in the garden, and spending quality time with his wife, Deb Loy, and family.
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